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Speed Changing Pulley Company Factory, Thirty-second Street, Anderson, Madison County, IN

Speed Changing Pulley Company Factory, Thirty-second Street, Anderson, Madison County, IN

 
 
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Summary

Significance: In order to offset a regional economic decline, Anderson's business community organized the Commercial Club in 1905. The Speed-Changing Pulley Company (later DeTamble Motors) was the first firm attracted to Anderson by the Commercial Club bonus scheme and the first to build and occupy a factory.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: FN-13
Survey number: HAER IN-36
Building/structure dates: 1908 Initial Construction

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
DeTamble Motors Company
National Tile Company
DeTamble, Edward S
Zinke, Lewis
Boucher, Jack E
Sackheim, Donald
Rosenberg, Robert
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Anderson (Ind.)40.11366, -85.69020
Google Map of 40.1136601, -85.6901997
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